The third and final post in a series on assessment security and academic integrity.
This fantastic thing is one of the oldest surviving institutions in human history.
At a recent working group, students were clear about wanting UTS to be open in talking to them about cheating and plagiarism. Maryanne Dever looks at the steps forward to increase engagement on this topic at UTS and beyond.
What can be done to reduce academic dishonesty? How can assessments be structured to scaffold students’ learning and to maintain assessment integrity? Joseph Yeo from the Academic Language and Learning team gives some recommendations.
Watch: Dr Amanda White on the Academic Integrity Board Game teaching students about the consequences of cheating.
Newcastle University's Professor Penny Jane Burke, a global leader in the field of equity in higher education, spoke with us on changing pedagogical spaces.
A recent seminar at UTS revealed that assessment design is part of the solution to contract cheating.